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Providers who own their IP addresses

NodeBytes

Dedi Addict
Hello all!

I am looking to build a small (personal) project that requires a certain IP to authenticate, similar to a whitelist. I would like to find a provider that owns their IP addresses so I can guarantee I will have the same IP addresses for at least a few years.

If possible, I'd like to semi-permanently "lease" the IP addresses so I can use them for quite a while. 

(And Yes, I do know you can't move IP's between providers/networks... etc... just looking for within their own network/services.)

I know ramnode owns theirs - any others you can think of?
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
Look all the "top" providers have their own IPs...  Well based on that other site and their quarterly contests.

Add Prometeus to the list :)
 

NodeBytes

Dedi Addict
Overall I think this is not a very wise plan.  You really need some scheme for updating addresses.
What do you mean?

If I two providers who own their IP addresses plus my home static IP I am guaranteed to have access to the application. I also have a DRAC card on the dedi so I can modify the "whitelist" if needed.
 

maounique

Active Member
Add Prometeus to the list :)
ASN 34971

EDIT: OMG, I just looked at bgp.he.net and it appears for them we are from the Czech Republic !

Damn, where did they get this idea...

The geoip databases are off by a very long shot at times, some user was complaining we gave algerian IP, for instance...
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
OMG, I just looked at bgp.he.net and it appears for them we are from the Czech Republic!
I thought that came from the ASN WHOIS, which you are responsible for setting up?
 
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KuJoe

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Oh the HiVelocity stories I've heard from Hivelocity techs, not as bad as the SagoNet stories though but I would be very afraid to use any IPs from them. ;)
 
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AlexBarakov

Member
Verified Provider
Oh the HiVelocity stories I've heard from Hivelocity techs, not as bad as the SagoNet stories though but I would be very afraid to use any IPs from them. ;)
Why so? :)

Haven't heard anything, just interested what do you have in mind?
 
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